On the heels of unveiling its screenplay award nominations, the WGA's dumped cold water on the kudos by calling off its Feb. 9 awards show in Los Angeles -- unless it's ended its strike by then.
Despite conducting a bitter strike that's threatened other award shows, the WGA's proceeding as usual with its Feb. 9 awards show as it unveiled its 10 nominations for its feature screenplay award…
The WGA announced its television and radio nominees for the 2008 Writers Guild Awards Wednesday.
The WGA has created an award for videogame writing, with the inaugural trophy to be presented at the Writers Guild Awards on Feb. 9.
Screenwriting is about more than just words on the page. Just ask the Writers Guild of America, which this year nominated two unconventional screenplays: "Borat" and "United 93."
The Writers Guild of America isn't backing down. Despite being the current focus of showbiz anxiety about a possible strike, its leaders are unapologetic about the course they've chosen.
TV is often said to be a writer-driven medium. If that's the case, NBC's nom tally at this year's WGA Awards would suggest the net is well on the road to recovery.
Writers are known as wordsmiths, imagined as devourers of literature, but well into his adulthood, WGA Screen Laurel honoree Robert Benton was anything but.
As a producer, John Wells is associated with two of television's most adored drama series of the recent past: the long-running "ER" and recently departed "The West Wing."
The WGA West's Animation Writers Caucus has tapped Jules Feiffer to receive its Animation Writing Award for lifetime achievement.